PROJECT MANAGER

VITALIS OGBEAMA SR. MBA/HCM

3439 NE Sandy Blvd #240 sPortland OR 97232

(503) 997-4812 s  ogbeama@msn.com

 

 

HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION/ PROJECT Management

 

 

Entrepreneurial, bottom-line driven professional with 15+ years of experience contributing to exceptional patient care and program operations within smooth-functioning medical facilities and non-profit organizations.  Process improvement-oriented professional with warm, sincere approach, and exceptional communication skills. Peer-recognized leader driving continuity in delivery and quality of day-to-day operations.  Well-rounded background working in different positions of leadership and responsibility; frequently recognized for high degree of project and program management.

CAREER EXPERTISE

Program Operations:                    New Program Development, Program / Project Management, Marketing, Advertising, Sales, Business Development, Community Outreach, Educational Events, Research and Development, Fundraising, Data Collection / Analysis, Presentations, Legal Affairs, and Contracting.  

 

Human Resources:                        Staff Management, Scheduling (24/7 coverage), Cost Controls,  Productivity Tracking, Recruitment, Training, Policies / Procedures, Performance Reviews, Improvement Plans, Team Building, Benefits Administration, and Compensation.

 

Fiscal Management:                     P&L, Budget, Cost Center Management, Forecasting, Accounting Procedures, Financing, Cost Accounting, and Purchasing.

 

 

HEALTH CARE / PROJECT MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE

                                                                                   NCOSWA – Oregon & SW Washington

                                                                                        President, 2013-present

  • Preside over the board and executive committee meetings, and further the Organization’s mission, value and culture
  • Appoint Committee chairs and serve as ex officio on committees, organize social functions to raise funds and maintain visibility in the community.
  • Formulate and develop short and long term strategic plans, communicate and implement the vision, mission and the overall direction.
  • Generate and monitor the annual budget of the organization.

 

Legacy Health Systems – Portland, OR

Health Care Professional / Therapist, 2001–2013

  • Volunteered to step into leadership role for Central Council Committee as part of organization-wide shared governance initiative.
    • Evaluated department operations, identified root problems, and delivered suggestions for improvements to streamline day-to-day functions.
    • Engineered buy-in from all employees towards collaborative problem-solving.
  • Exceeded fundraising goal of $2 million as part of team expanding hospital outreach and fundraising efforts for children’s department expansion into new building.
  • Represented heath care organization in public schools as outreach contact providing literacy support and leadership.

 

  • Participate in departmental planning and coordination processes; ensures the most effective use of staff, financial and other resources to provide for the most effective delivery of services.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Hospital – Portland, OR

Crisis Intervention Specialist, 1997–2001

  • Responded to out in-the-field crisis situations as partner with law enforcement agencies, diffused situations and provided case management triage leadership.
  • Determined appropriate referral and placement services to ensure patients received proper care; provided follow up tracking to make sure patient needs were met.
  • Detailed out incidents in official reports, providing insights and recommendations on next steps for patients.

 

 

Kerr Youth Family Center – Portland, OR

Program & Project Manager, Counselor II, 1999–2001

  • Led group counseling teenage parents on responsibilities of parenthood, providing information on resources and also providing guidance on best practices in childcare and parental responsibility.
  • Mentored male gang-affiliated youth to model positive behaviors and to provide education on productive behaviors.

 

 

Additional background:

Previous employment as Program Manager / Counselor at Janus Youth Programs, Manager at a McDonald’s franchise, Community Organizer at AmeriCorps / Vista Program, and as Program Coordinator with Urban League of Portland.

 

 

 

EDUCATION

 

University of Phoenix – Tigard, OR

Master of Business Administration / Health Care Management

 

University of Portland – Portland, OR

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

 

Portland Community College – Portland, OR

Associate of Science in Business

Associate of Arts in Social Studies

 

 

 

AFFILATIONS / INVOLVEMENT

                                                      President, Nigerian Community in Oregon and South West Washington (2013-Current)

Member, American Society of Public Administration (2009–current)

                                                   President, Amiri International Development Union (2015–current)

Vice President, Nzuko Ndi Igbo Association (2008–2013)

Member, Multnomah County Leadership Board (1997–1999)

  • ID#: 92935
  • Location: Portland, OR , 97232

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